London Broncos coach Rob Powell applauded his team's spirit after a late rally snatched a 28-24 victory over Widnes at the Stoop.
Antonio Kaufusi burst over at the death, minutes after Dan Sarginson had set up a grandstand finish, as the men from the capital earned just their third win of the Super League season.
And Powell has high hopes there will be more of the same to follow.
He said: "It is really great to be able to focus on something positive rather than negative. I thought the way we came back at the end said a lot about our spirit and resolve.
"This win really should be a big thing for us. It is the type of thing that galvanises a group, and to see the players jumping and celebrating at the end said a lot.
"I hope that helps build the chemistry of the squad and we can take that forward."
Kaufusi's late show robbed Widnes of the two points just when it looked like they would complete the double over the Broncos.
The visitors got off to a great start with a Cameron Phelps try inside three minutes, only for Craig Gower and Omari Caro to push the home side ahead.
But a Frank Winterstein try in each half and another Phelps score straight after the interval put the Vikings in pole position.
A Tony Clubb effort kept things close before the two late tries saw the hosts leapfrog Widnes at the foot of the Super League table.
Vikings coach Dennis Betts said: "We have to stay philosophical about it. Last week we won a game in the last minute and this week we lose in the last minute.
"I thought we did enough to deserve something from the game, although we did have to spend a lot of our time defending and that took a lot of energy out of us.
"I'm really disappointed as this was a great opportunity to push ourselves away from the foot of the table and we have not taken it."